Fast-paced, logical and clever
The teleporting hero is most interesting. He is unexpectedly moral given his ability to travel and enter wherever he likes. The author treats the advantages as well as challenges of having such a "superpower" in an unexpectedly serious fashion. Its impact on the hero's relationship with friends, how he copes with ordinary human problems and the dangers of the modern world, lends credibility to the characters.
The foiling of the terrorists was great fun.
Just enjoyed the ride.
The book is great for teens and not too simplistic for adults. It suggests happiness is not guaranteed and has to be worked at even when one has a superpower.
The headlong start of the book kept you guessing how it could end.
Jane Whitefield only improves with time.
Have listened to all the Jane Whitefield books multiple times, and this one is on a par with the well narrated pace and characters voiced.
It kept me on the edge of my seat.
The fact that the heroine is not impervious to injury and pain this time around but nonetheless uses good strategy to survive is a great development.
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